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Does Tbilisi’s Peace Step have a Future?
27 Apr. '18 | 10:21

The Georgian government’s new peace initiative was mostly received positively in Tbilisi and by the international community, but what future does it hold?

Russian Foreign Ministry Criticizes Tbilisi’s Policy on Abkhazia, S.Ossetia

Reclaiming Georgia’s Feminist Heritage
26 Mar. '18 | 13:11

Independent Group of Feminists in a quest for authentic message.
Preaching or Teaching? Georgia Debates Teaching Religion at School

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Ruling Party Candidate Wins MP By-Elections
28 Apr. '18 | 09:40
Polls Open for Vani and Khoni MP By-Elections
27 Apr. '18 | 17:23
State Dept’s Europe Affairs Point Man to Visit Tbilisi
27 Apr. '18 | 13:45
In Quotes: Georgian Politicians on Ex-PM Bidzina Ivanishvili’s Comeback
26 Apr. '18 | 18:15
SG Jens Stoltenberg: Georgia NATO’s ‘Very Close’ Partner
26 Apr. '18 | 14:24
Ex-PM Ivanishvili to Chair Georgian Dream Party
26 Apr. '18 | 11:12
Lawmaker Proposes Criminal Liability for ‘Insult of Religious Feelings’
25 Apr. '18 | 17:21
New Abkhaz Government Head Appointed
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Preaching or Teaching?
23 Feb. '18 | 10:16

Georgia debates teaching religion at school
CSOs: PM’s Church Statements ‘Irresponsible’
Labour rights back on activist radar
07 Oct. '17 | 18:42

Over 1,000 workers were killed or injured in occupational accidents in Georgia from 2011–2016, according to data compiled by the Applied Research Company, a consultancy. 
Georgia-Russia: Getting Security Right
19 Jun. '17 | 13:18

Non-use of force agreement won’t bring security. Geneva discussions must re-focus on real issues.

Georgian MFA: “Small Progress” on Non-Use of Force 
Sergey Lavrov Reassures Sokhumi on Security

 
From White Noise to Public Voice
24 Jan. '18 | 09:27

Civil advocacy pushes for drug policy shift in Georgia.
Politicians Comment on Patriarch’s Drug Policy Remarks
Georgia Youths Take to the Streets
12 Jul. '17 | 14:48

In May 2016, Tbilisi’s Kiwi Café — a vegan hangout for city hipsters — was hit by nationalist youths armed with meat sausages. The grotesque spectacle was obvious click-bait in today’s attention seeking social media, but it did highlight a new trend: social and lifestyle issues increasingly trump Georgia`s latent political rifts, and young people are at the forefront of this evolution.
Georgia - the populist break-in

 

Kokoity vs. Tibilov: an irrelevant standoff
22 Mar. '17 | 19:12

As South Ossetia readies to elect its leader, ex-president Eduard Kokoity’s failed bid to run resonates. But the fate of the elections seems sealed both in Moscow and by South Ossetian public.

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05 Nov.'14 | Alasania’s Free Democrats Quit GD Coalition
16 Jun.'14 | Early Results: Mayoral Races Set for Runoffs in 8 Cities
14 Feb.'14 | Abkhazia: Not Quite So Frozen in Time
22 Dec.'13 | Court Suspends Tbilisi Mayor Ugulava from Office
11 Dec.'13 | Georgia and Its Diaspora: Building Ties that Bind
23 Nov.'13 | Local Self-Governance Reform Bill
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